Interferometric gravitational wave detector

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An interferometric gravitational wave detector is a gravitational wave detector that uses laser interferometry to detect the influence of gravitational waves on light that is moving back and forth between test masses.

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Interferometric gravitational wave detectors include

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  1. ^ A New Ear on the Universe BBC World Service, 26 September 2015

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